Sumpah Liwat - Renungan

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Penjelasan tentang sumpah dalam Islam oleh Ustaz sape tah ni. Tp penjelasan beliau menarik dan masuk akal.

Ucapan Wakil BN Pasir Salak memalukan Umno/BN

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haha..ak bukanlah minat sgt politik ni, n x la mnyebelah mne2 pihak, tp tgk la sndiri video ni, wakil pasir salak x professional langsung, mcamne la dy d pilih jd pmimpin? memalukan..nk buat lawak msuk raja lawak la..hahaha..

what goes around comes around...

Filed Under (), () by hafizhans on June 29, 2010

Nice article!! Read it from and thought that I might share it here.

10. Holland do it the German way
1974 should have belonged to Johan Cruyff, as his Oranje were by far the best and most attractive team in the world. However, despite taking the lead in the World Cup final through Johan Neeskens' penalty, they lost to West Germany in a classic game. Another penalty by Paul Breitner levelled the scores, and Gerd Muller made it 2-1 at the end of the first half.
Quite interestingly, 14 years later the Dutch managed to beat the Germans with exactly the same scenario, only it was taking place in the second half of their Euro 88 semi-final. Lothar Matthaus gave West Germany the lead with a penalty. Ronald Koeman equalised with a penalty of his own, and then, just before the final whistle, Marco van Basten scored the winning goal.

9. Mexico comebacks in 1998
The Mexicans proved to be real comeback kings in the group stage at France 98. In their first game, they started slowly and trailed South Korea 1-0 at half-time, but fought back brilliantly, with Luis Hernandez scoring twice in a 3-1 win. Their next match was against Belgium, and the Europeans took a 2-0 lead with a Marc Wilmots double either side of half-time, but Alberto Garcia Aspe made sure it finished 2-2.
The Netherlands were very impressive in the beginning of their game against the Mexicans, leading 2-0 after just 19 minutes, but Manuel Lapuente’s team again refused to surrender, and an amazing second half saw them equalising at 2-2 with Hernandez scoring in injury time.
But in the second round against Germany, they tasted their own medicine. Taking the lead themselves for the first time in the tournament, they saw the Germans come back to win 2-1 with Jurgen Klinsmann and Oliver Bierhoff scoring in the last 15 minutes, thus sending them home.

8. Antonio Rattin and David Beckham go off
In 1966, Argentina captain Antonio Rattin was controversially sent off for arguing with German referee Rudolf Kreitlein. It took a long time to convince him to leave the field, and Argentina eventually lost, while England went on to win the trophy.
32 years later, David Beckham was controversially sent off against Argentina in the second round, for a somewhat innocuous flick on Diego Simeone’s leg. Glenn Hoddle’s team lost the game on penalties, with Beckham becoming persona non grata in England for a while.
Marching orders | Beckham's dismissal had echoes of Rattin's plight 32 years earlier.

7. Madjer takes sweet revenge
In the last 1982 World Cup Group B game, West Germany and Austria played out a shameful 1-0 result in Gijon that made sure both qualified at the expense of Algeria. After Horst Hrubesch gave the Germans the lead on 10 minutes neither team made any attempt to score again, and the Africans' protests not surprisingly fell on deaf ears at FIFA.
Rabah Madjer, the Algerian who scored in a sensational 2-1 win over the Germans in Spain, made sure that “what goes around comes around”. Five years later, while at Porto, he scored with an exquisite back-heel in the European Cup final against Bayern Munich. It’s a shame only Lothar Matthaus was present both for Germany in 1982 and for Bayern in 1987.

6. Trezequet’s joy and tears against Italy
The finest moment of David Trezeguet’s France career came in the Euro 2000 final versus Italy, when he smashed a great shot high into the roof for the second successive “golden goal” to decide a European championship final.
Six years later, it was the very same Trezeguet who missed the vital penalty for France, against Italy, in the World Cup final, sending the ball onto the bar while facing his Juventus team-mate Gianluigi Buffon. It was the only failure from the spot as the Italians took their fourth world crown.
Treze-gate | Frenchman's miss cost country in role-reversal

5. France and dreadful goalkeeping mistakes
We all know Michel Platini scored nine goals at Euro 84, leading France to an impressive victory on home soil. However, his goal in the final should never have happened. Luis Arconada, the ever-reliable Basque goalkeeper, made a complete mess of his weak free-kick, and that terrible mistake cost Spain the game, eventually losing 2-0.
Just two years later, France were hot favourites to win the World Cup after beating Brazil on penalties in the quarter-finals. But then against West Germany the brilliant Joel Bats made a horrible mishap when facing an Andreas Brehme free-kick and his “Arconada-style” error was fatal. The final score? 2-0 to the Germans. What goes around comes around.

4. Spain and “home-team-favouring” referees
Spain were hopeful of winning the World Cup on home soil in 1982, and the referees did their utmost to help. In the first game against brave underdogs Honduras, the Spaniards were trailing 1-0 for a long period, and kept felling in the box until the Argentinian referee decided to gift them a penalty, scored by Roberto Lopez Ufarte.
In the next game against Yugoslavia even stranger things happened after the Slavs took the lead. A few minutes later, a penalty was awarded for a foul that was way outside the area. Lopez Ufarte missed this time, but the referee ordered a retake of the kick, and even enabled the Spaniards to change the shooter. The late, great Juanito made no mistake, and Spain won 2-1.
Twenty years on, and the boot was on the other foot, as Spain cried foul at the referee who helped the home team, South Korea, in a 2002 World Cup quarter-final, disallowing two legitimate goals by Ivan Helguera and Fernando Morientes. The Koreans eventually won on penalties. What goes around comes around.

3. Real Madrid and Barcelona exchanging 5-0 Wins
January 9, 1994, Camp Nou. Johan Cruyff’s brilliant Barcelona thrashed Real Madrid 5-0, with Romario scoring an amazing hat-trick. The Catalans won the title that year, with Los Blancos in a distant fourth place.
January 7, 1995, Santiago Bernabeu. A glorious Real side swept Barca aside in an emphatic 5-0 revenge, with Ivan Zamorano bagging a hat-trick. They won the title that season, with their eternal rivals finishing third. The great Dane, Michael Laudrup, was on the winning side in both matches.

2. Bayern and Manchester United injury time heroics
Bayern Munich lost that infamous 1999 Champions League final at Camp Nou, conceding two injury-time goals from David Beckham crosses, in the most dramatic finish European competition ever witnessed.

Well, this March they put the record straight. Ivica Olic robbed Patrice Evra and scored with virtually the last kick of the quarter-final first leg to beat the Red Devils by the very same 2-1 scoreline. Eventually, it turned out to be the winner, as Bayern lost 3-2 in the second leg at Old Trafford and went through on away goals, Olic scoring another in the dying moments of the first half.

1. Geoff Hurst 'goal' that was and Frank Lampard goal that wasn’t
What are the chances of a ball hitting a bar, bouncing somewhere near the line, and then returning into play? Pretty slim. And it happens just a few times during any World Cup. What are the chances of that happening in a game between England and Germany? Apparently much higher.
Geoff, meet Frank | Lampard's 'goal' against the Germans brought reminders of 1966

A full 44 years after the third goal in the final that didn’t cross the line but was awarded by the Soviet linesman Tofik Bakhramov, England were denied a legal goal against the same opponents in similar circumstances.
It is such a hilarious irony, that only a handball goal by an Englishman against Argentina, or a headbutt by an Italian on William Gallas would top it.

Where did it all go wrong?

Filed Under (), () by hafizhans on June 28, 2010

Why can't our players perform at the World Cup like they do in the Premier League?
This was the question posed repeatedly by BBC commentator Guy Mowbray when Rooney, Gerrard and company toiled in vain going forward. But England's real problem is that they DID play like a Premier League side, especially in defence. People love English football because it is chock-full of action and mistakes, and physical power is prized above technical ability. England were tactically moronic in the second half, throwing players forward with no thought to the consequences. Inter Milan side might not be the biggest crowdpleasers, but would they have conceded any of the four goals England did? Absolutely not. John Terry and Matthew Upson's defensive clowning was pure Premier League.

But what about the midfielders? Why didn't they perform?
You cannot expect Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard to both recreate their 20-goals-a-season club form for England, because they are the undisputed kingpins for Chelsea and Liverpool. Lampard is used to playing in a central midfield trio, while Gerrard is certainly not shunted out on to the left at Anfield. Most importantly of all, they are both surrounded by quality team-mates, most of them foreign. Look at how Gerrard's form dipped after the brilliant passer Xabi Alonso left Liverpool. England do not have a Xabi Alonso. On this tournament's evidence, they don't even have a Lucas Leiva.

Why didn't Capello change the formation?
Look at the CV. Serie A titles with AC Milan, Roma and Juventus, two Liga titles with Real Madrid, and a Champions League. All won playing 4-4-2. Unpopular as it is, the formation is not fatally flawed - you can win lots of stuff if you have the right players playing it the right way. Which is precisely what England had during a brilliant qualifying campaign. You might argue Croatia and Ukraine are not as good as Germany, but if 4-4-2 could overcome those two sides, why not USA or Algeria? Also, most proponents of the 4-2-3-1, with Wayne Rooney playing on his own up front, had Joe Cole in their first XI. Yet Cole, while undoubtedly a fans' favourite, did very little during his appearances in the tournament.

Wouldn't it have helped Rooney?

The formation was not to blame for Rooney's woes. It wasn't like he showed flashes of brilliance, or kept getting possession in the wrong part of the pitch. He was total rubbish in every aspect of his game. Putting him on his own up front wasn't going to solve that. This is the same man who spent a season on the left wing for Manchester United, won the Premier League and Champions League, and was roundly praised for his versatility. He has also played plenty of games in a front two with Carlos Tevez, Dimitar Berbatov and Emile Heskey for that matter. 4-2-3-1 might have been the right formation, but don't blame 4-4-2 for the Rooney debacle.

Just how bad was Rooney?
Here are some stats (courtesy of Optajoe)
-Rooney has failed to score in his last nine games for England, his longest barren run for the national team.
-Rooney has lost the ball by being tackled in possession 32 times,  more often than any other player at the 2010 World Cup.
-Rooney completed only 55 per cent of his passes for England against Germany - the lowest rate in the game.
This wasn't just a star player failing to live up to his billing. This was one of the best players in the world playing like one of the worst.

What if Frank Lampard's goal had stood?

Given the abject nature of England's performance, it is tempting to think all Lampard's goal would have done is make it 4-2 instead of 4-1. But as sickening a cliche as it may be, goals do indeed change games. At two apiece, both teams would have changed their approach - most importantly England would not have over-committed and made themselves so vulnerable to counter-attack. And even a team less mentally fragile than England could be forgiven if they felt a bit discouraged after they put the ball a yard over the line and had the goal chalked off. The goal came just after Matthew Upson's goal during England's best spell of dominance - for 90 glorious seconds we looked like contenders. After referee Larrionda and his team's blunder, England were never the same again.

Were Germany even that good?
Well, they took their chances with aplomb, but England did not make them work hard for them. Four separate doses of awful defending led to the German goals. In general play, England had more possession and more shots on target, but you would need a particularly warped mindset to argue that they actually deserved to win. And as any German will tell you, tournament football is about beating the team opposite you on the day - they did that with ease. Argentina might be a tougher proposition, though.

Should we be surprised?

Probably not. England always lose against the first top nation they encounter at World Cups, although they usually keep it closer than they did today. Here are the teams England have beaten at World Cups since 1986: Poland, Paraguay, Egypt, Belgium, Cameroon, Tunisia, Colombia, Argentina (the notable exception), Denmark, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Ecuador, Slovenia. The teams who have knocked us out? Argentina, West Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Portugal, Germany. Does that really sound like a team that should have started as favourites in Bloemfontein?

So what now?

Even though England's so-called Golden Generation was pronounced dead at 10 to five, it may well be that not much changes. The European Championship is only two years away, and it is highly unlikely that Terry (29), Gerrard (30) and Lampard (32) will just jack in international football. More worryingly, it's not like there is a bumper crop of young players waiting to step up. Jack Wilshere and Jack Rodwell look the only members of the current Under-21 side with genuine international ability. That said, it is unlikely we will see any of James, Terry, Upson, Carragher, King, Ferdinand, Gerrard, Lampard, Joe Cole, Barry, Crouch or Heskey in Brazil in 2014.

And the manager?

There was much rejoicing last month when Capello removed a clause allowing either him or the FA to get out of his contract without compensation. At the time, it looked like a show of commitment - now it looks like a superb ruse to ensure a £6 million pay-off if the FA sack him. Capello has said he will not resign, but is to hold crisis talks with the FA, and the bookies have him odds-on to go. It is a strange one alright. After cruising through qualifying, Capello has done worse than Sven-Goran Eriksson at the World Cup, and presided over an unhappy and underperforming squad. His reputation has taken an absolute battering, and his claim that England "played a good game" against Germany will not help. Neither will his borderline treasonous decision to bring on Emile Heskey and Shaun Wright-Phillips when England were 4-1 down.

World Champions collapsed...

Filed Under (), () by hafizhans on June 25, 2010

From Hero in 2006, to Zero in this 2010 World Cup. The best words to describe Italian sides who'd finish last in Group F with two points, after a draw with Paraguay and New Zealand and just now lose to Slovakian side with 2-3 scoreline. what a shock for Italian fans seeing their teams beaten by small country like Slovakia, hell, even Slovakian couldn't believe it either that they had just trash the 2006 World Champions. Robert Vittek become a hero for Slovakia after scoring two goals in both half of the match. Then, Italian starts to find their paces and scored a goal through Di Natale on 81st minutes before another goal by Quaglirella was disallowed because he's slightly in offside position. Then, another poor defending from Italian gives another goal to Kopunek who'd just arrive from the bench and his first touch was a crucial goal for Slovakia. Quagriella then scored an astonishing goal past the keeper in 90++ minutes but it wasn't enough for Italian sides to equalise the goal in time and sent them back home full with shame.

England meet Germany after all...

Filed Under (), () by hafizhans on June 24, 2010

A goal from Ozil is enough for Germany side to finish at the top of group D and will be facing England in the next round. In their local paper, it is mentioned that they still fear Wayne Rooney of England cause he's a like a time bomb, juz waiting to explode. A rumors also goes by saying that the English side will be facing the new "German", I dont know maybe their change their tactic, formation or lineup or something. Even Germany's legend, Frank Beckenbauer slams England and Capello as 'stupid' for finishing second cause now they gonna be facing against each other, I dunno, maybe he's afraid or something..haha, but last encounter, in 1990, they did beat England in penalty shoot out 5-3. Well, it is and old story I suppose, maybe this time will be different, especially with the unexpected 'Jabulani' ball which many players and manager had their blame on for losing opportunity to scored or win or even conceded a stupid goal like Robert Green. Some experts also predicting that England may kick out before the final coz after their facing Germany, and win, they gonna be facing highly possible Argentina, then Spain and then Brazil or juz crazy..coz never in WC history one side needs to face too many best team at once, well, it is possible to meet like two of them but four?'s crazy!! Well, it is possible for England to beat Germany, and it is a maybe for England to beat Germany and Argentina, but to beat, Germany, Argentina, Spain? plus Brazil? almost impossible. But it still the word 'almost' there..who knows if England will made it to the final? Let juz hope Rooney will unleash the Devil inside him, Lampard will match up his performance in Chelsea, Barry, Johnson still need to improve, Terry, A.Cole and Gerard must keep up their good performance and Capello to still have an ultimate trick in his sleeve coz it still a long way to the final..

England marches to last 16!!!

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YEAAAAAHH!! We through to the last 16!!! 1 goal from Jermain Defoe on 20 minutes is enough to secure 3 point to have total of 5 points but still finish 2nd because of goal scored by USA is more even they shared the same point. Now, it is likely for England to face Germany, Argentina, Spain, Portugal and even Italy on their road to the final..damn!! Well, what important now is that we proceed to 2nd round.

Here's the tournament table so far
Round of 16

26 June – Port Elizabeth


2 July – Johannesburg

  Korea Republic

  Winners of Match 49

26 June – Rustenburg

  Winners of Match 50

  United States

6 July – Cape Town

  Runners-up of Group D

  Winners of Match 58

28 June – Durban

  Winners of Match 57

  Winners of Group E

2 July – Port Elizabeth

  Runners-up of Group F

  Winners of Match 53

28 June – Johannesburg

  Winners of Match 54

  Winners of Group G

11 July – Johannesburg

  Runners-up of Group H

  Winners of Match 61

27 June – Johannesburg

  Winners of Match 62


3 July – Cape Town


  Winners of Match 52

27 June – Bloemfontein

  Winners of Match 51

  Winners of Group D

7 July – Durban


  Winners of Match 59

29 June – Pretoria

  Winners of Match 60 Third place

  Winners of Group F

3 July – Johannesburg
10 July – Port Elizabeth

  Runners-up of Group E

  Winners of Match 55   Losers of Match 61

29 June – Cape Town

  Winners of Match 56   Losers of Match 62

  Winners of Group H

  Runners-up of Group G

England's pride lies in their hands..

Filed Under (), () by hafizhans on June 23, 2010

Tonight is the night for England to give their best performance in a match against Slovenia to secure last 16 place in World Cup 2010. After only had a draw in last 2 games against USA and Algeria, only a win tonight will secure their safety. Slovenia with 4 points is currently on top of the group C while England and USA shared 2 point in 2nd and 3rd place. USA will facing Algeria tonight and let just hope Algeria performance is  as tough when they manage to hold England in previous match. As for England, being the one of the candidates to be winning 2010 World Cup will be shattered in pieces if they screwed tonight game as their two previous games. Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico and South Korea already advance to next round which Argentina will be facing Mexico and Uruguay against South Korea. Last time World Cup finalist, France already sent home after losing to World Cup host South Africa last night. Playing with 10 men for most of the game after Yoann Gourcuff being sent off, France side only manage to scored a goal and 1 goal only in this World Cup through Malouda in 2nd half. African sides has made their own history for beating France with their two goals but still wasn't enough to get into last 16 due to lack of goal difference. Will England march to the next round? or they will follow France's footstep? All will be answered tonight on Astro FWC1 or FCW2 on 10pm.

Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood - review

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First ever post about anime in this blog. Well I'm not really into anime anymore but this one, I simply cannot resist same goes to Code Geass, two best anime series I'd ever watched!! Well, there were several other anime and manga that I been following from time to time like, One Piece, Bleach, even Naruto and I'm not ashamed of it. I gotta say, they make a really good story, even it is just a cartoon. Maybe some people think "what are you? 10 years old? still watching all this stuff?" but frankly, I think all this 'crap' they saying is even better than Malay Drama out there, it is all about the same thing, Love, Money, Jelousy, Scandal..full of crap. Well, maybe some of the story is quite good like Nur Kasih ( I didn't watch it either, just assuming cause many people say it is good). Why can't we, Malaysian, produce some series like Supernatural? Lost? I get it, lack of budget and so on, well, some of those series actor actually receive $300,000 just for one episode, i think it equal to payment for all actor in malay series for the whole season..haha. Come on, let's face it, they got their story broadcast worldwide, why? because it simply good.

Well, back to the review, Edward and Alphonse Elric are two alchemist brothers searching for the legendary catalyst called the Philosopher's Stone, a powerful object which would allow them to recover their bodies (which were lost in an attempt to bring their mother back to life through alchemy). Born in the village of Resembool from the country of Amestris, the two brothers lived there with their mother. Their father, Van Hohenheim, left home for unknown reasons and years later, their mother, Trisha Elric, died of a terminal illness leaving the Elric brothers alone. After their mother's death, Edward became determined to bring her back through the use of alchemy, an advanced science in which objects can be created from raw materials. They researched Human Transmutation, a forbidden art in which one attempts to create or modify a human being. However, this attempt failed, ultimately resulting in the loss of Edward's left leg and Alphonse's entire body. In a desperate effort to save his brother, Edward sacrificed his right arm to affix Alphonse's soul to a suit of armor. Some days later, an alchemist named Roy Mustang visited the Elric brothers, and he told Edward to become a member of the State Military of the country to find a way to recover their bodies. After that, Edward's left leg and right arm were replaced with automail, a type of advanced prosthetic limb, created for him by his close family friends Winry Rockbell and her grandmother Pinako.

Edward then became a State Alchemist, an alchemist employed by the State Military of Amestris, which infamously annihilated most of the Ishbalan race (Ishbal) in the past decade. Becoming a State Alchemist enables Edward to use the extensive resources available to State Alchemists, but it also turns him into what they call a "dog of the military". His more friendly relationship with Mustang however, whom he reports to and who recruited him, allows the brothers freedom to search for the Philosopher's Stone as part of Edward's research, as each State Alchemist is expected to independently research new things which may be of a use to the State Military of Amestris. The brothers set off in search of the Philosopher's Stone as a means to restore their bodies. Throughout their journey, they meet many antagonists, including those who are willing to do anything to obtain the Philosopher's Stone; Scar, one of the few surviving Ishbalans, who seeks vengeance on the State Alchemists for the destruction of his race; and the homunculi, a group of human-like creatures who carry pieces of the Philosopher's Stone inside themselves, and from it derive the ability to survive almost any harm.

As the story progresses, Edward and Alphonse discover the vast expansion of Amestris was the result of the homunculi, who created and secretly control the State Military. The homunculi and much of the high-ranking military officers are commanded from behind the curtains by the creator of the homunculi, a man simply known as "Father" who gained immortality by creating the Philosopher's Stone by tricking Hohenheim centuries before the series' timeline. He plans to use Amestris as a gigantic transmutation circle in order to transmute the entire country for reasons unknown to the Elrics. When Edward and Alphonse discover Father's plans, they, along with other members of the State Military, set out to defeat him.
As the forces collide, one by one, the remaining homonculi are defeated and Central city's troops are enlightened about the truth of the situation. However, Father temporarily harvests all the souls in Amestris, numbering several million, and using that power, traps "God", gaining immense power. However, due to Hohenheim's earlier actions, the souls are brought back to their bodies by their spirits, and Father becomes unstable. Everyone joins in to fight Father, forcing him to use more and more of his stone, finally being defeated by Edward with his original arm, Al having sacrificed himself to bring it back. After Father is trapped within the Truth, revealed to be God, Ed sacrifices his ability to use alchemy to bring Al back in his original body. The Elrics return to Resembool, but two years later, they separate in order to repay the people who helped in their journey.

Totally copied from Wikipedia haha. I was thinking to write the review on my own but then I don't even know how to start. I'd even got spoiler from this review cause there is still 2 more episode until the end but I already know the end, thank to this review. Damn, hate spoilers. Well, it's a good anime, it even voted the most popular anime in Japan so it is more reason to watch it.

Scrubs - totally hilarious!!

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"I can't do this all own my own,
no i know,
i'm no Superman..."
(Scrubs opening songs..)

Hahahaha..the funniest series ever!! Its even funnier than How I Met Your Mother series. The series is about the life of Dr John Dorian, J.D in short (right-bottom-blue scrubs) as an intern student at first and the became a resident as a Doctor in Sacred Heart hospital. He and Turk (left-up-green scrubs) was a best friend since high school and now work in the same hospital and live in the same apartment. He is a surgeon thus the green scrubs. Upper-left in the picture would be the evil Chief of medicine of the hospital, Dr Bob Kelso who's only cares about profit despite his patient and employee. Always fought with Dr Cox (beside him) in many funny matters. Dr Cox, my favorite character in this series is a total jackass but sometimes there a part of him that less jackass, he's nice actually, same like Dr Gregory House in House series. I totally can't imagine if the actually in the same hospital. Patient will die as soon as they reach the front door..hahah..but both of them are a really good doctor of course. Dr Cox is a senior doctor here, so he is a mentor to J.D and Dr Elliot Reid. Elliot Reid is another doctor here like J.D, they're both medical hence the blue scrubs, they came together as an intern student, and romantically involved with each other couples of times. Next is Carla Espinosa, Turk's fiancee, unlike the others, she is a nurse thus the maroon scrubs. The other important character is known as the 'Janitor' cause well, he's a janitor in the hospital, the only one I think. He's really a jackass in the different way than Dr Cox and only to J.D and it is really funny to watch him and J.D kick each other asses, n of course J.D had ass-kicked most..haha..cause he's a dork..haha. It all started when J.D first came to the hospital, and the Janitor was fixing the door and J.D trying to make conversation with him:

J.D: maybe there's a paper clip stuck in there
Janitor: What? How did you know? Did u put in there??
J.D: no, no, i'm just guessing
Janitor: If I find a paper clip, i'll find u!
J.D: what? uh-oh, i gotta go..
Janitor: I'll be watching u!!!!!!

and since that incident, the Janitor always find a way to bully J.D..haha..he even borrow J.D scrubs and coat on his son's dad-career-day, and pose a Dr Jan laughing to myself just now just by thinking of it..huhu. I'm only watch until the 2nd season and still 7 season to go, that's all i can write for now.

Birds of a Feather - The Rosenbergs

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notice this song on one of the Castle series episode. The lyrics is very catchy..nice!!

I can't be anything w/o you. don't ya know it's a shame
I'm sitting at my desk and it's noontime and i want just to call you.

Cuz we go together just like jam and bread or maybe birds of a feather.
I don't know anything about you. don't ya know? that's the game.

I'm sitting on my bed and i wonder what will it take for u to call me?

We go together...
Hey can u hear me? when i shout out loud i wish that you could be near me.

I don' care if the bills are paid as long as she is with me. i don't care if my soul is saved as long as she forgives me. i don't care if the moon is wrong wishin and a hoping. i don't need to be an astronaut as long as you are k-k-kissing me.

Rept. chorus.

I can't be anything 

WC 2010 : England..wth??

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Many football fans had claims that this is the worst-boring World Cup ever. Me? I dunno, I mean, its the first ever World Cup I really actually look into cause on 2002 I was only twelve, didn't care at all about football, then on 2006, I started to have interest in football cause all my friend does at that time but the World Cup took place when I was in college, so, I'd only had a chance to watch the final match between Italy and France, which like a havoc, watching it on Dewan Selera on the middle of the night and of course with the permission of the warden. I think it is the once-in-a-lifetime occasion cause after the mess that we left, i doubted they gonna let next generation student to do the same thing friend even paint his face and hairs with blue-white-red france stripes and ended up took hours cleaning it up. Now, its 2010, my interest towards football is even crazier especially EPL, when my favourite club, Chelsea had won the FA Cup and Premier League. Since my house already have subscribe Astro packages, I'd watch almost all EPL matches this season. Now, it is off-season plus semester break, it is perfect to watch 2010 World Cup. Initially I'm a big fan of English football so my World Cup's team favorite will be England cause they also got a good record on qualification rounds. Unfortunately, for us, England supporters, we only got a draw in the first two match which leaves us with only two points and only a goal scored by captain Steven Gerrard. It is not that we're facing such tough opponent, well USA is quite tough, but Algeria? Come on..we can even scored a single goal?? wth?? Rooney who was excellent in Premier League with Man U had suddenly become Roo-bish and ended up blaming the fans as "loyal" for booing them when they got a draw with Algeria few days ago. Frankly, I have no idea why England plays really sucks, passes not complete, keep losing the ball, defense not great but we did have the many talented player on the field. Last night, I watched Portugal kick Korea DPR asses with 7 goals. is a record for World Cup finals. When I watch their performance on first game against Cote D'Ivoire, it really sucks but they come back with styles and won this one with 7 goals by six different players, six of them in the 2nd half. Why cant England be like that? I'm not hoping for 6, or 7 goals, 1 goals is enough if it could secure a win for England. Last chance for England to march to the last 16 is against Slovenia who'd already had a draw and a win, 4 points. They had actually lead by 2 goals against USA last match but USA manage to secure a 2-2 draw. Even Spain has arise from dead after losing to Swiss side and won against Honduras last night which I was planning on watching but ended up sleeping..haha. Well, lets just hope that Capello's side will improve their performance against Slovenia otherwise they have to pack early back to their country with shame...